Mar 8, 2017
My guest on the podcast today is Diana Chambers.
Known as The Family Wealth Mentor, Diana is committed to helping her clients manage their wealth in emotionally intelligent ways.
She has always been a trailblazer. Not only was she the first woman hired into management as a member of the strategic planning team at Redland PLC, a major British company, but also she subsequently became the fundraiser for an educational project in Bosnia during the war, and then the team director launching schools of servant leadership in the United States.
In these settings and others, Diana reflected on the impact of money on her life and she is now a trusted confidant to others as they address the challenges and opportunities they and their families face when owning, spending, and allocating their wealth wisely.
Her new book is True Wealth: Letters on Money, Life, and Love.
In True Wealth, Diana gets to the heart of how we feel about money and shows us how to be truly wealthy. If you’ve dated someone who has more or less wealth than you do, tried to talk with your children or parents about sensitive financial topics, struggled to define your unique identity in the context of your family, sought to discern how best to share your wealth with others, or wondered about your impact and legacy, then True Wealth is for you.
In this episode of Informed Choice Radio, I speak to Diana about how she became known as the family wealth mentor, the best ways to clarify what you want from your wealth and your intent in life, whether we have similar concerns about money regardless of our levels of wealth, giving children from wealthy families the best possible start in life, and much more.
Welcome to The Family Wealth Mentor with Diana Chambers, in episode 184 of Informed Choice Radio.
Some questions I ask:
-How have you become known as the family wealth mentor?
-What's the best way to clarify what you want from your wealth?
-Do people face similar challenges, regardless of their wealth levels?
-To what extent do our emotional behaviours play a role in the decisions we make with our money?
-What was the motivation behind your new book, True Wealth?
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